Spoke to #RajuKhan just now.Son of #SarojKhan,He said Masterji is doing better & is recuperating. She was taken to the hospital as she felt breathless. No covid.She’s better now.He thanks everyone for their prayers & wishes.We hope & pray our beloved Masterji is home soon 🙏 ❤️— kunal kohli (@kunalkohli) June 24, 2020
Yesterday night, the concerning news reports of veteran Bollywood choreographer Saroj Khan getting hospitalised were doing the rounds on social media. It was being said that Khan was admitted after complaining of breathlessness. Adding to the fans' worry was the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic; however, it was soon confirmed that Saroj Khan isn't down with COVID-19. And just while fans were eagerly waiting for an update in regards to Saroj's health, filmmaker Kunal Kohli's latest tweet came as a sigh of relief for them all. Kunal revealed how he got in touch with the choreographer's son Raju Khan to check on her health.
In his tweet, Kunal Kohli stated that Saroj Khan is doing better now and is recuperating. He also thanked all of Saroj's well-wishers on behalf of her family for all the love and concern, further confirming that it's not the case of Coronavirus. "Spoke to #RajuKhan just now. Son of #SarojKhan, He said Masterji is doing better & is recuperating. She was taken to the hospital as she felt breathless. No COVID," wrote Kunal.
He added, "She’s better now. He thanks everyone for their prayers & wishes. We hope & pray our beloved Masterji is home soon."
Check out the tweet below:
A source close to Saroj Khan had told TOI that she is likely to be discharged today. "A few days ago, she was rushed to the hospital after she complained of breathing issues. We were worried, but thankfully it’s not COVID-19. She is feeling better now, and is likely to be discharged tomorrow," revealed the source.
We, at SpotboyE, pray for her speedy recovery!
image source: instagram/kunalkohli,sarojkhanofficial
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